Breakfast can’t wait!

I might be a little extra #blessed that I have such a forgiving work schedule. I woke up today at 8:30. My shift doesn’t *really* start until 11, but I was still late. Why? Because I like to drink a pot of coffee and dick around on the internet. Duh. With my new healthy thing though, lately I have to factor a whole new thing: Breakfast.

I love breakfast but I almost never had any time for it, because in my old life (last month) I would stay in bed as long as possible before quickly showering, probably grabbing a coffee at Starbucks, rolling into work a little late. It happens. In my new-and-improved life, I’m drinking coffee, hanging out in my office, and EATING FOOD. And not just any food. NUTRITIOUS FOOD. This meal pictured about is, admittedly, much more nutrient-packed than my usual breakfast of honey yogurt and almond butter toast (also with honey. Almond butter on its own is GROSS).  I was in a rush but still managed to make this: Scrambled eggs (with a little milk and a lot of black pepper), a berry smoothie (Almond milk + greek yogurt + strawberries + banana + frozen blueberries. My kale went bad :( ), and I rescued a browning avocado half in the fridge and scraped it on a piece of rye toast (rye toast is weird btw!) Then, tabasco. Because I dig the spicy things in life.

Moral of the story: Breakfast is good. Not-breakfast is bad.

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.


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